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Highly thermally stable heterogeneous catalysts: study of 0D and 3D porphyrinic MOFs
(The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017-11-13)
Heterogeneous catalysts are a great bet for green chemistry in many industrial processes and, in the past decade, promising results have been achieved in order to improve the catalytic activity of Metal Organic Frameworks ...
Cationic Mn2+/H+ exchange leading a slow solid-state transformation of a 2D porphyrinic network at ambient conditions
Metalloporphyrins exhibit outstanding chemical, physical and biological properties in dissolution, however, it is a challenge to synthesize them as stable solid frameworks. Long-time stability is crucial for future ...
Superprotonic conductivity in a metalloporphyrin-based MOF
MOF materials exhibit great potential for a broad range of applications taking advantage of the high surface area and pore sizes and tuneable chemistry. In particular, metalloporphyrin-based MOFs are becoming of great ...